Tiny New York Town Votes to No Longer Exist
CLEVELAND, N.Y. – More than one-third of the registered voters in the central New York village of Cleveland have signed a petition that could eventually put an end to their little municipality.
The dissolution petition contains the names of 140 of Cleveland's 411 voters.
It asks the Village Board to adopt a resolution to start the process.
If it were to happen, Cleveland would dissolve and join the town of Constantia.
Meanwhile, the Oswego County village on the north shore of Oneida Lake is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year.